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Assessing tourism's global environmental impact 1900–2050

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Journal of Sustainable Tourism

Informa UK Limited

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            Journal
            Journal of Sustainable Tourism
            Journal of Sustainable Tourism
            Informa UK Limited
            0966-9582
            1747-7646
            March 12 2015
            March 12 2015
            : 23
            : 5
            : 639-659
            10.1080/09669582.2015.1008500
            © 2015

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